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35 Great pest and disease remedies

35 Pest and Disease Remedies | Fine Gardening

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Very smart! Rinse veggies right in the garden and then re-use the water on the plants. Plastic bucket and small laundry basket/colander from Dollar Tree would do nicely. | protractedgarden

Tubtrug Colander

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Urban Farm Mag - companion plants

Urban Farm Mag: Garden plants that do NOT grow well next to each other.

How To Grow Tomatoes And Potatoes On One Plant

This is an interesting idea - cinder block raised bed wall with the top blocks turned so strawberries can be planted in each opening.

Tomato plants like deep watering. Why waste water when you can make a simple reservoir delivery system. Neat idea. The photo says it all.

to hold up protective netting,,,small jar is great idea to prevent stake from going through

When a cucumber is taken from the vine let it be cut with a knife, leaving about an eighth of an inch of the cucumber on the stem, then slit the stem with the knife from its end to the vine leaving a small portion of the cucumber on each division and on each separate slip there will be a new cucumber as large as the first.

Great guide to gardening

The Homestead Survival | Homemade Seed Mat Garden Project: Starting a Homestead Garden | - The Homestead Survival - thehomesteadsurvi... - a fantastic step by step tutorial of how to create perfectly spaced seed mat that decomposes as the seeds grow when covered with garden soil.

The Homestead Survival | How to Build a $50 Greenhouse Project | thehomesteadsurvi...

Mortgage Lifter Tomato: big, low-acid pink fruits. Few seeds, excellent flavor. Drought-tolerant, indeterminate vines. 83 DAYS.

Here's a good idea to hide your extra house key - put it in a medicine bottle, glue a pinecone or rock on top, stick the bottle in the yard or planter.

Raised Garden Bed with painted rocks and a painted fence! Beautiful backyard idea!!! Budget friendly too!

Place the base of a rose cutting in a potato and then bury the potato in the soil. The potato will keep the cutting uniformly moist until it has a chance to roots - neat idea. - Burying bananas with your new rose bushes gives them a great start (thank you Judith) and since bananas and potatoes are each great sources of potassium this makes sense too - I would also add bananas.

Monsanto now owns 40% of the seed market! It’s not terribly easy to avoid them, which is why we’ve compiled this list to help you navigate through things. #seed #garden #gmo #votewithyourdollars